A lot of the fun in dressing up can be found in accessorising. Think of it as the cherry on top of an outfit – the final touch, the details that make a look complete. Whether that’s a stylish sneaker (that’s actually comfortable to walk for hours in), a piece of statement jewellery, cosy athleisure, or an evening bag for the holiday season dinners, we’ve run the gamut of the accessories you need to elevate your fashion game – whatever your style.
Sasa faux leather boots with sequins, $169, Steve Madden (#B1-27/28)
These glamorous booties from Steve Madden are a perfect encapsulation of the brand’s vivacious rock star aesthetic, down to the all-over disco sparkle and 12cm clear chunky heel – perfect for evenings that call for a little more bling.
Faux leather bag, $85.90, Charles & Keith (#B2-12/14)
Sized to hold just the essentials, this chain link bag with a stylish padded finish is made for light-carry days and evenings spent out. The turnlock closure is functional and chic, and it has a detachable bag strap so you can carry it hands-free.
Harrison Sherman tricot nylon crossbody bag, $550, Tumi (#03-05)
The Harrison collection from Tumi offers a sophisticated and minimalist version of utility. The fern prints on this crossbody bag, a winter release exclusive to the Asia Pacific and Middle East markets, adds a subtle reflective quality that stands out against the black tricot nylon and silver hardware.
Piferi Fantasia faux leather shoes, $1,035, On Pedder (#02-12P/Q)
On Pedder, one of our go-to spots for buzzy footwear brands, has just added the luxury vegan shoe brand Piferi to its range. This Fantasia sandal comes with a detachable “soquette” made from recycled nylon and lurex, and a slender sculptural heel inspired by the shape of a flower’s stem.
Curve sterling silver and 18K yellow gold earrings, $2,040, Georg Jensen (#B1-03A)
The Curve collection, conceived by the designer Regitze Overgaard, is a great representation of the purity and modernity of contemporary Danish design. The sculptural series is inspired by joining curves meeting – here in 18K yellow gold and sterling silver – to create elegant and understated shapes.
M-72 titanium and plastic spectacles, $713, 999.9 (#03-09A)
The chief concern of Japanese eyewear label 999.9 is the pursuit of quality. That’s why the brand has taken its name – Four Nines – from the quality indication of pure gold. Its latest release is the M-72 series, which is constructed from titanium for its sturdiness and lightness, and a slender plastic outline along the rims for a softer pastel-coloured finish.
Fashionista stainless steel and ceramic quartz watch, $695, Solvil et Titus (#B1-36A)
The Fashionista watch from Solvil et Titus is made from a sophisticated pairing of rose-gold finish stainless steel and ceramic – a scratch-resistant material that you’d normally find in higher end timepieces. A bonus: the face of this watch comes with multifunction sundials that tell the day, date, and time in the 24-hour format.
Silver earrings, $72.70, mimi33 (#B2-41)
Japanese accessory brand mimi33 specialises in earrings, creating interesting shapes and pieces that make great conversation starters. This pair, for instance, is made in 925 sterling silver, with a large hook that delicately balances the centerpiece floral motif.
Street Amp’d City Chic suede sneakers, $109, Skechers (#B2-04)
These walking shoes from Skechers combine ease with style. The casual chunky platform sneakers are made with a suede upper and finished with a fine mesh fabric with subtle rose gold accents. On the inside, you’ll find a sculpted midsole and air-cooled memory foam insole that conforms to the contours of your feet for optimum comfort.
Cameron leather sandals, $190, Pedder Red (#03-04)
The cut-out bands on these slide sandals bring to mind ancient Greek footwear, and the eye-catching gold colour and metallic finish add a snazzy bit of glamour to a casual, daily style.